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that obama's second term instead of being quote, unquote bold will be quote, unquote cautious as his first term. and on the right, republicans moan and grown and say that -- groan and say that obama is demeaning in the way he deals with house speaker john boehner. hold on, says columnist rockman. we expect too much of obama he says because in the united states, we subscribe to the quote, unquote myth of the imperial presidency. other transformational democratic presidents such as fdr and lbj, rockman says, have substantial democratic majorities in both the senate and in the house to enact their landmark legislation. obama in contrast has had to work with a narrow democratic majority in the senate and with an opposition party, the republicans in control of the house for the two years since january 2011. well, what about ronald reagan? president of the united states two successful four-year terms. on the domestic front, he enacted a major economic recovery package followed by an overhaul of social security. and in his second term, reagan gained a major tax reform. on the defense front, repub
and important false assertion during ng my entire t in washington, unquote. >> question is jacob lew a shoe- in for treasury secretary or does president obama have a fight on his hand? >> i don't know if you would call him a shoe-in. he is going to be touched up a bit by the republicans but he is going to be confirmed. does obama have a fight object his hands? you bet, but the fight is going to be over chuck hagel for secretary of defense. that is going to be a proxy battle between what you might call the know 0-conservatives, the bush ii folks, mccain, lieberman, lindsey graham, and the others and what hagel stands for, john, is non- interventionist foreign policy. we don't go to war unless vital interests are at stake. we put our own country first. i think this is going to be the battle royal in the coming months. >> eleanor. >> nobody is a shoe-in with the republican party that fails to defeat president obama for reelection but still seems determined to make him a failed president but jacob lew is as close to a shoe-in as there can be. the only complaint you hear is that he hasn't spent
, quote, unquote, because the benefits prices go upo much faster than inflation. so, the things that really matter. and actually, the price increases, worse or harder on a person because of the fact that wage is-- wages are a big part of measuring, quote, unquote, inflation, but everyday spending is actually up and in particular, we're getting killed. >> brenda: gary b? >> your take home cash and extra taxes, obviously, don't help, but, yes, when you have the discretionary spending, it's just not there, so there father, there is a-- >> and gary b. >> but, toby's making my point when he says everyday spending, that's what the person sees, but what they don't see, they forget about, they forget about that their rent is relatively flat. they forget the gas bills that they only pay once a month are relatively flat. yeah, if you go to the supermarket regularly or go buy gasoline and drive by every day and see the prices, you tend to think that inflion is more rampant than it actually is. >> well, i believe our viewers, understand the difference, my friend, and i know that (laughter)
to washington as the quote-unquote boys' nation candidate for u.s. senate. goes to washington. he's already six feet tall. he strides to the front of the line when they go to the white house to see president kennedy, and then when kennedy finishes his speech, bill clinton lopes forward and gets his picture taken with, alongside of john f. kennedy. he's so proud. he's so proud. and he already is dedicate today the idea that he is -- dedicated to the idea that he is going to be the person who is going to bring complete honor to the family. he already, by the age of 17, is planning to be elected attorney general of arkansas, then governor of arkansas and then president of the united states. this is something which everyone who knows him knows about, because he talks about it all the time. he does not go to the university of arkansas, he goes to georgetown. and from georgetown he becomes the arkansas candidate for the rhodes fellowship and goes to oxford. he is an incredible success
washington for the quote, unquote boy's nation candidate for senate. he's already six feet tall. he strides to the front of the line when they go to the white house to see kennedy. when kennedy finishes his speech, bill heads toward and gets his picture taken along with john f kennedy. he's so proud. he's already dedicated to the idea that he's is going to be the person who is going bring complete honor the family. by the age of 17 is planning to be elected attorney general of arkansas then governor of arkansas, then president of the united states. this is something which everyone who knows him knows about because he talk about it is all the time. he does not go to the university of arkansas, he goes to georgetown and becomes the arkansas candidate for the foip and goes to oxford. he's an incredible success everywhere. he can't have a sustained ongoing relationship with a woman. he's attracted to the kind of women his mother directs him to who are the beauty queens who are flirtatious and attractive. and that is where his eyes have been. until he comes back to yale law school. there he meet
into the reality of a crisis we sometimes hear vaguely mentioned. when it is mentioned at all. unquote. >> that was an earlier column. have you had a chance to sleep on this? do you want to retract any of that? >> that is pretty scary stuff, mort? >> it is scary stuff. and i think a lot of people who who have followed this issue closely share the same view. this is not something i dreamt up. this is a very serious problem facing this country. and anything could turn it in the wrong way. you never know what kind of an event would in effect cause everybody to say we're not going to buy american debt any longer. 50% of our debt today is held by foreigners. when we came out of world war ii, we had zero debt held by foreigners. so we're dependent on the world to continue to buy our debt and why do we have to sell debt? because we run huge deficits every year. at some point this is going to blow up. >> hold on, mort. hold on for a minute. we have a debt rating, every nation has a debt rating, right? >> right. >> what is our debt rating? >> triple a. double a. >> double a in one of the accoun
a more serious and sustained commitment from congress to support state department needs, unquote. regrettably it is clear that congress is still failing to meet this commitment. in the most recent state department funding bill, approved by the house appropriations committee, the administration's request for embassy security, construction and maintenance was cut by $112 million, and worldwide security protection reduced by $149 million. the senate by comparison did not cut either account. so let me again reiterate what i just said about congress' responsibility. over the past two years alone the administration's requests for diplomatic security funding has been slashed by more than half a billion dollars in congress. this makes it impossible for the state department to build enough new secure diplomatic facilities or improve those that already exist. the current appropriations bill for fiscal 2013 continues this negative trend. the measure reported out of the house appropriations committee hacked funding by more than $260 million. the senate appropriations committee fully funded b
told. i'm wondering how are you translating this concept here in the u.s. and what is the quote-unquote autism advantage? >> well it's a great question, martin. we're translating the danish model to a capitalistic system here in the united states and the model is that we provide the supports that are necessary for these very bright individuals to get a job and keep a job. the advantages to autism are just as were described earlier. in the segment. the ability to process large amounts of information accurately, to do so in a short period of time and to do that repetitively. these are characteristics that are very much sought after in the high-tech and i.t. industries. >> i mean, it's a very exciting concept. i'm wondering what's your sales pitch to companies? i mean when you go to them, to try to explain the advantage? i mean what do you say and what's their reaction when it comes to employing people with autism? >> that's a great question. the sales pitch is this -- are you looking for individuals who have these skills? when you have an unemployment rate in i.t. under 3%, the answer is
the quote unquote proguile is going to be subject to be harassed. >> reporter: why are you pegging that on bratton? >> because that's the mantra of bratton. that's what he's built his career on as a consultant. and it's something that we're trying to move the department here in oakland away from. >> the council has to approve spending $250,000 to hire bratton. juliet says there are so many people waiting to speak the council may not vote tonight. >> there has been another school shooting. this time in texas. three people were shot at lone star college near houston. the witnesses say that two men were arguing in a courtyard outside the library, one person pulled a gun. shot the other. that sent everyone around them diving for cover. >> you couldn't hear what they were arguing about. we could hear them arguing. the shooter said, he said i don't want to fight you. i'm not trying to go to jail. he turned away from the situation. whatever ticked him off, whatever they said, turned around, got it out of his backpack and started shooting. >> a mainten
sex to marry is like legalizing male breastfeeding, unquote. he says people should avoid using the term gay marriage because people might fool themselves into thinking it's quote, an authentic reality. >>> one bay area family will not be going to sleep tonight, not after what has happened the past two nights. someone is clearly out to get the family who lives in willow glen. kiet do is there tonight. >> reporter: ken, we actually woke the family up from their afternoon nap as they were resting for their all-nighter. i asked them if they thought these vandals would be crazy enough to come by three nights in a row, and they said they weren't taking any chances. it all started monday night, when someone threw yellow paint on their car and slashed the tires. the second night, vandals took it to a whole new level and doused the front door with gas and set it on fire. so tonight, here on glenwood avenue, they will be sleepless in san jose. >> it was paint the first night. fire the second night. what do you think is going to happen tonight? >>
. they've challenged people to get their, quote/unquote, brigades together. the winner gets to walk in the first line of the demonstration against the police meetening and say, "you can crouch down and avoid getting hit by flying cans." >> i get the whole big brothers always watching you thing, but a lot of times these surveillance cameras lead to the arrests of bad guys. the arrests of suspects who attack some woman outside of a bar or rob a person on the sidewalk. a lot of times these cameras can lead to good. >> they're calling a protest. i think police may possibly call destruction of public or private property. >>> turn your kids' drawing into a keepsake. >> these are actually three dimensional prints of your child's drawing. >> that's got to blow in. yeah. >> find out how you can get your hands on a cree oncreature. >>> and a motorcycle driving down the street, but watch. >> oh! >> that's a child that just fell off the bike. >> see wh [old english accent] i doth declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, p
, these are incredibly dangerous. young people are leaving these on the front porches of people's homes. it's a, quote/unquote phase, people are getting into. now the new thing is to leave hydroclor ed as it bombs. >> what happened is, you leave one and start dating another girl? what happened to that? >> i don't understand why kids would do that. >>> and near saltsburg, austria caused the ground to be unstable sparking a number of landslides throughout the country. here's one. this is slowly sliding down the hill pup see trees toppling over one at a time. just like the whole landscape just shifted across the road. >> like it's on wheels almost. >> trees not just snapping, you can seep the entire root system going. the whole ground just slides away. you see the aftermath. like something built a giant bomb in the middle of the field. >> it's a good thought this road will be closed for a while. >> looked to me like they already had the road blocked off, they anticipated this. here's what a geologist had to say. >> a sliding bulk crashing again and again. it was absolutely impossible to send someone in there. >>
's prom that's great. you were involved in this film though, even before you, you know, quote, unquote, hit, the before the big twilight movies and all that. what drew you to it before any of this other material? >> i would have done anything on this film. i would have followed in a caravan or cated for everyone, done prop service. >> was it the novell that spoke to you, was it something that just hit you the right way and you felt like man, i just want to be involved in that. >> yeah, it was my first favorite book it was the first time, i always did okay in school but it was the first time that i had, i mean, you know, for a lot of people it sort of, i really came alive. i opened a lot of doors. >> you felt passionate. >> yes, definitely, yes, definitely kick started something in me. >> stephen: passion enough to cater. >> that's right, that's right. because i did not think that i could play that part at all. >> stephen: i can tell you about the sad truth about my acting career. i actually have catered. >> that's sweet. >> jon: that is the extent of my acting career. >> nice. >> jon:
on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right, which heaven itself has ordained. unquote. george washington appealing for justice. fast forward to 2013, president obama made a similar appeal. rather than focusing on america's vexing problems like an exploding debt and a weak economy, mr. obama put forth that the nation's top priority must be imposing social justice. >> we must make the hard choices to reduce the cost of healthcare and the size of our deficit. but we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation who built this country and investing in the generation that will build its future. [ applause ] for we remember the lessons of our past when twilight years were spent in poverty. parents of a child with a disability had nowhere to turn. we do not believe that in this country freedom is reserved for the lucky. talking points disagrees with president obama's priority. although. impossible to do what the president wants to do. in short, prosperity. can't be done no matter how much money you spend. much more effective is building a strong
that into fiction you realize that you sometimes have to use extraordinary means to represent quote/unquote ordinary circumstances, you know. so it's something about when i try to get the language to overload, and try to do justice to the actual emotional trajectory that i experienced, it was necessary to go off into quote/unquote non-realistic turf but they are one and the same thing. >> rose: power of observation is that part of the talent. >> i think it is but i've done some non-fiction pieces that really helped achieve my world view but i think if it is it's actually the power to observe language i think, to see when a paragraph is being sloughful. that kind of observation isn't unrelated to the observation of the real. if you get a sense it isn't doing its job. if you say jim wore a red sweater. jim wore a dirty red sweater. that's a little truncated. jim wore a dirty red sweeter with a torn yellow pocket. that's a better sounding sentence and jim's a little bit of a slob. he's coming into focus. >> rose: there is about you two things. you take on big subjects like mortality like capitalism,
, it is harsh. and we heard him say republicans quote/unquote, will not collect a ransom for not crashing, president's word, not crashing the economy. and here he is saying, sure, he will negotiate debt and deficit cuts but only after congress agrees to raise the debt ceiling. take a listen. >> i'm happy to have that conversation. what i will not do is to have that negotiation with a gun at the head of the american people. >> i know we're already getting reaction from some of the republican leaders including house speaker john boehner, not pleased with some of the language. what are the chances they will raise the debt ceiling and the way the president suggests with basically zero negotiating there? >> i really can't -- i really can't say. at this point i want to throw up my hands along with the rest of the american public. i would presume, because we just feel like we went through this. didn't we just go through this around new year's? >> we did. for the fiscal cliff. >> and here we are, before the president is inaugurated, we have this new crisis. the president today said we can't lurch
the gun show loophole, quote, unquote. making sure that anyone who purchases a firearm regardless of where they are purchase it has to go through a background check to make sure they are not in one of eight categories of people under state laws from possessing a firearm, the two most important of which are people that have been incapacitated or add jude indicated mental ll lly ill or convicted felons. >> the nra and stats they are claiming 4.2 million members, and membership surging after 100,000. they spent 17.4 million in the 2012 elections and annual budget of $250 million. they would say after newtown, that all of this talk about any type of gun control has done nothing about be a big gun commercial to encourage people to join the nra and go gun shopping. mean while, the other component is the fact that the vice president is talking with hollywood and talking with the video game industry. there was a interesting reaction from quentin tearantino. >> why are you so sure there's no link between enjoying movie violence and enjoying real violence? >> i'm going to continue to way i'm not sur
pelosi. is there any response that you're getting from the white house to this latest, quote, unquote pru unquote, plan that the republicans have put forward? >> reporter: the white house is sort of echoing what you're hearing from majority leader reid which is they're encouraged by the fact that the republicans seem to be moving on this issue and willing to increase the debt ceiling. however, i think what is going to be a problem from the white house's perspective is that three months. i was speaking with a senior administration official a little earlier today and he sort of reiterated the fact that the president is opposed to this idea of increasing the debt ceiling in these small increments because it creates crises every couple of months. so that could be a potential problem moving forward, but what is significant i think in the eyes of the white house is house speaker john boehner has sort of abandoned this idea to increase the debt ceiling and tie it to dollar to dollar spending cuts. so from their perspective that represents some movement. i have been talking to my republican sourc
. >> a couple of points about this quote, unquote news network and this quote, unquote newsman. on the gettysburg address, chris mathews has it it exactly wrong. he has the opposite. the gettysburg address was an attempt at healing of nation' wounds at the end of the civil war. obama's speech yesterday was a left wing declaration of war against the movement. and it was opposite. after the rigging charge, this is classic msnbc. this goes back to 2004 keith olbermann refusing to concede ohio going to bush. i don't think they have it clear the election of 2004 yet. this is how bizarro mn sbc is and now the conspiracy to rig elections, i don't know what they're talking about. >> sean: this is an extension of the obama white house, they get invitations and sit down, daily talking points and they regurgitate it. they're worse than jay carney. let's go and even so bad, listen to valerie garrett praising them, thank you for the last four years. couldn't be any more obvious. >> well, valerie garrett, thank you so much for taking the time for being on the show, enjoy the day. >> thank yo
. it was a major overstatement to believe the rains would cause a quote second round of death unquote in any way commiserate with the earthquake is bill clinton would soon warn or the ground would become more dangerous or disease than it had been before the quake. the rain can be bad. but it isn't usually that bad. the danger of floods and landslides would be somewhat greater with hurricane season got underway in the late summer and fall but in march there were still several months to mitigate the danger. nevertheless after turning to new york band would expand on his concerns writing that quote the dp sloping ground would soon quote turned to mud dangerous fantasies. he joined the drumbeat of warnings about the approaching of the range. 8 inches in a race against time led a press release by care. once again it was as if the only way to get aid groups and donors to act was to create indiscriminate panic and again media were not a man. when the first piece of land shower hit in february my editors rushed me into the storm to where else, the golf course. rain jacket and poncho with a waterproof no
quote/unquote the south, the voting act does not apply to the south. it's based upon need to protect people. when you look at the voting patterns of 2012, it's evidence obviously people in voting patterns that threaten to ease access to voting. and race is a major factor in that conclusion. >> i need to emphasize that. many people say it's not race. and some lobbyists obviously greasing the skids it's not about race. you say it is. >> white women couldn't serve on juries until '67. 18-year-olds in vietnam could not vote. and you couldn't vote multilingual. in many ways, the number majority is affected by the attempt, by the scheme. >> reverend, you're in town tonight for the wall street project. tell us about this economic summit. >> well, in part, i'm convinced that beyond this argument by fiscal cliff and the issue that is there about debt limit is how are we going rebuild america. there are billions of trillion of billions of pension fund money. some sort of infrastructure development bank that maybe if you cut a deal, they bring back some of the money for the purpose of reinvesti
consider themselves conservatives feel it's a top priority. a path to citizenship not quote/unquote amnesty and earned legal status. as i mentioned, marco rubio was on with rush limbaugh and rush posed this question to senator rubio that there are people who are now coming to this country basically because they want to live off the government. he compared them to people of emigrated to this country in the past, hard workers and now you have a group of people who essentially want to be on welfare. when you hear that notion, or that idea coming from the leading voice in the conservative party, your party, the republicans, what do you say that to? >> well, remember, an i respect anybody's point of view but he's not a member of our leadership. he's not a member of the house or the senate. he has the right, obviously, under the first amendment and we all appreciate that to say whatever he wants but we can deal with issues of making sure people who are here are not a charge on the public system. we can deal with those issues through legislative language. the question is this. do we want to solve
to use extraordinary means to represent quote/unquote ordinary circumstances, you know. so it's something about when i try to get the language to overload, and try to do justice to the actual emotional trajectory that i experienced, it was necessary to go off into quote/unquote non-realistic turf but they are one and the same thing. >> ros power of observation is that part of the talent. >> i think it is but i've done some non-fiction pieces that really helped achieve my world view but i think if it is it's actually the power to observe language i think, to see when a paragraph is being sloughful. that kind of observation isn't unrelated to the observation of the real. if you get a sense it isn't doing its job. if you say jim wore a red sweater. jim wore a dirty red sweater. that's a little truncated. jim wore a dirty red sweeter with a torn yellow pocket. that's a better sounding sentence and jim's a little bit of a slob. he's coming into focus. >> rose: there is about you two things. you take on big subjects like mortality like capitalism, like morality andou do it without sin seizal
will -- are at the boiling point when it comes to -- we're not getting what we want out of washington. quote/unquote something's got to give somewhere along the line. public patience is not endless. but the issue of gerrymandering, the issue of money, there are all of these other factors that complicate things. >> woodruff: andy kohut who has been watching these questions for years and will continue to keep an eye on them. thank you. >> thank you, judy. >> woodruff: on our website you can find a link to another recent pew study. this one about the "sandwich generation": middle-aged americans who are helping support both aging parents and their grown-up children. read that on the rundown. >> brown: finally tonight, the hacking of the "new york times," allegedly by the chinese. ray suarez has our look. >> suarez: the "times" revealed late yesterday that its computer system had been the subject of an extensive, four-month long hacking attack. editors said hired security experts concluded chinese hackers cracked the passwords of more than 50 email accounts, including those of top reporters. the "times"
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